San Francisco Giants Win First World Series In Fifty Years

November 2nd, 2010 - 8:10 pm ICT by GD  

By Meena kar
giantsArlington, Nov 2, (THAINDIAN NEWS) There was no need to schedule so many matches for the World Series Championship. The San Francisco Giants have proved their worth and has defeated the Texas Rangers. The Giants won the Game 5 of the World Series held on Nov 1. They beat the Texas Rangers, 3-1 at the AT&T Park in Arlington on Monday evening, and became the first champion of the series since 1954. They won the game 1, 2, 4 and 5 of this series.

The San Francisco Giants won 4 out of the 5 matches in the series. A few minutes before the match ended, the results became quite apparent and celebrations started with full spirit in the stadium. This game was, however, more cut throat than the last few games. Both the teams showed tremendous determination and competency all through the first half of the game. It was only during the fifth innings that the Giants took over. Texas got a lead off single against the Giants from Mitch Moreland. However, Josh Hamilton got grounded out when Elvis Andrus and Michael Young struck out. Freddy Sanchez hit a two-out single and right fielder Nelson Cruz could not stop that ball despite attempting a dive. Nelson Cruz made the solo home run.

It was after several years in the history of the World Series, that the San Francisco Giants won the game, and that too in such a spectacular manner. San Francisco Giants made total 33 at-bats,3 runs, 7 holds, 3 RBI, 1 HR, 8 strike outs and 8 LOB. The Rangers made 30 At-Bats, 1 Run, 3 Holds, 1 RBI, 1 HR, 2 BB, 12 Strike outs and 9 LOB. A victory parade has been arranged for the team on Wednesday at 11 AM, in downtown San Francisco.

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